garrulously


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gar·ru·lous

 (găr′ə-ləs, găr′yə-)
adj.
1. Given to excessive and often trivial or rambling talk; tiresomely talkative.
2. Wordy and rambling: a garrulous speech.

[From Latin garrulus, from garrīre, to chatter.]

gar′ru·lous·ly adv.
gar′ru·lous·ness n.
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Adv.1.garrulously - in a chatty loquacious manner; "`When I was young,' she continued loquaciously, `I used to do all sorts of naughty things'"
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Translations
بِثَرْثَرَه
upovídaně
meî mælgi/kjaftæîi
zhovorčivo
gevezelikle

garrulously

[ˈgærʊləslɪ] ADVcon garrulería or verborrea
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garrulously

adv to talk/chat etc garrulouslyschwatzen, plappern
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garrulous

(ˈgӕrələs) adjective
fond of talking. a garrulous old man.
ˈgarrulously adverb
garˈrulity (-ˈruː-) noun
ˈgarrulousness noun
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References in classic literature ?
"I have, good sir," she answered garrulously. "Just at Christmastime I was deemed worthy to partake of the holy and heavenly sacrament at the shrine of the saint.
When I had dressed and opened the door, I heard the waves still lapping on the beach, garrulously attesting the fury of the night.
Trying to light a tin lantern he hugged it to his breast and talked garrulously the while.
Dabbling ducks cackled garrulously among frozen reeds, a grey heron stood stock-still by a stream side.
Overhearing Ronny and Adela's conversation, the Nawab Bahadur garrulously approaches the couple and insists on taking them for a ride in his car.